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Mikey-moo wrote:I wanted to reply to this thread... but was too torrified.
Swedish Pride wrote:think a few good vodkas are made with nothign but wheat, converted with enzymes out of a bottle.
HDNB wrote:Swedish Pride wrote:think a few good vodkas are made with nothign but wheat, converted with enzymes out of a bottle.
for sure! i know of a couple. Canadian wheat is best for this imho, but there may be a few argumentative Russians out there.
pigroaster wrote:I torrify barley all the time by misting it with water in laundry sprayer about 1 -2 oz per 5 pounds and then hot air pop it at 2 ounces at a time. I hold popper covered until I hear it popping then let it flow out the chute. On barley the result is a white puffed grain seed only along the split but the grain head is larger. I put the result in a brown paper bag lined with paper towels to take the harshness out when I use it to brew beer by rolling it through my mill with a .030 gap. This is a lot cheaper than purchased products. Have fun. Wear gloves if you have soft hands. Works like a charm.
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